NYS DOT Pavement Rehabilitation Two-Season Project
The New York State Department of Transportation is set to begin a two-season pavement rehabilitation project in the Town of Perinton along:
- State Route 96 between Garnsey Road and the Monroe-Ontario County line
- State Route 250 between State Route 31 and State Route 96
See Project Location Map (PDF)
Sidewalk work is anticipated to begin Monday, July 25; Pavement work along State Route 96 is anticipated to begin in September while State Route 250 is slated to be completed next construction season.
This project will achieve NYSDOT’s goals to enhance safety and improve efficiency by delivering:
- A smoother riding surface
- New guiderails
- New pavement markings
- Traffic signal upgrades
- Sidewalk curb ramp upgrades to meet current ADA standards
- Vegetation management
State Route 96 and State Route 250 will remain open throughout construction. Short-term daily lane closures will be in place during paving operations.
Motorists will be kept informed with variable message signs and temporary work zone traffic control signs on site. Real-time traffic and construction updates can also be found by visiting www.511ny.org.